Loosely based on the Sergio Corbucci classic feature film Django, the highly-anticipated series takes audiences to the dangerous Wild West of the 1860s and 1870s. The Award-winning Matthias Schoenaerts (The Danish Girl, Rust and Bone) leaps into the title role, alongside Noomi Rapace, Nicholas Pinnock and Lisa Vicari.
Django’s search for his missing daughter takes him to New Babylon, a city welcoming all manner of outcasts, regardless of their background or beliefs. She’s about to marry the founder of this curious settlement, but does not want Django to hang around, fearing that trouble will follow him. However, Django is determined not to lose her again.
Thursday 2 Feb, ITVX
After the phenomenal success of It’s A Sin and just before his much-anticipated return to Doctor Who, Russell T Davies takes a look at the Queen of 70s entertainment. Helena Bonham Carter stars as the inimitable Noele Gordon, a woman who became one of the most famous faces in Britain. Four decades after Gordon’s controversial sacking from ITV’s hit soap Crossroads at the height of it’s popularity, we get to see what really happened behind the cameras.
It also stars Augustus Prew (The Morning Show, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power) as Tony Adams, Emmy and BAFTA-winner Mark Gatiss as inimitable entertainer Larry Grayson and Antonia Bernath (Downton Abbey, Dickensian) as Jane Rossington.
Thurs 9 Feb, Netflix
Everyone’s favourite sinister and obsessive serial killer gets a fourth outing. Joe Goldberg is heading to Europe after his life went up in flames. Penn Badgley returns as this dangerously charming, intensely obsessive young man. He will go to any length to insert himself into other people’s lives.
Joining the cast is Charlotte Ritchie (Fresh Meat, Feel Good), Adam James (Vigil) and Ed Speelers (Downton Abbey), as the dangerous Mr Goldberg becomes a reluctant detective in London. But he realises that he may not be the only killer in town. Is Joe capable of change, or will the people he befriends always be condemned to a violent end?
STAR TREK: PICARD
Thurs 16 Feb, Prime Video
Set phasers for fun, because Star Fleet’s greatest living captain is heading out into the unknown for one final voltage. It’s all hands-on deck, as this third instalment of the incredibly popular Star Trek spin-pff welcomes back some familiar faces. There’s even a glimpse of the brand-new USS Enterprise.
After saving the universe numerous times, Picard must team up with Will Riker, Deanna Troi, Data, Wesley Crusher, Worf, Geordi LaForge and Dr. Beverly Crusher to face a new existential threat. With plenty of Easter eggs for the fanboys, and the fate of all mankind on one man’s shoulders, this will be a fitting farewell to one of the franchise’s greatest characters.
Fri 17 Feb, Prime Video
Former inspector Rycroft Philostrate (Orlando Bloom) is now investigating a series of gruesome murders, in this compelling fantasy adventure. Vignette Stonemoss (Cara Delevingne) and the Black Raven start plotting payback for oppression inflicted by The Burgue’s leaders; Jonah Breakspear (Arty Froushan) and Sophie Longerbane (Caroline Ford).
Meanwhile, Tourmaline (Karla Crome) has developed supernatural powers which threaten her and everyone close by. After escaping her vengeful brother Ezra (Andrew Gower), Imogen Spurnrose (Tamzin Merchant) and her partner Agreus Astrayon (David Gyasi) have their plans upended by a radical new society. With everyone divided and freedom on the line, there’s brutal dilemmas coming in this thrilling final season.
Fri 17 Feb, Prime Video
We finally get a second round of this hit comedy from writer Tracy Oliver (Girls Trip). A group of stylish and ambitious young women in New York city’s most vibrant neighbourhood. There’s an unstoppable professor; a savvy tech entrepreneur; a no-filter singer; and a hopeless romantic fashion designer, all trying to level up their careers and relationships.
After blowing up her career and disrupting her love life, Camille (Meagan Good) has to figure out how to put the pieces back together; Tye (Jerrie Johnson) considers her future; Quinn (Grace Byers) goes on a journey of self-discovery; and Angie’s (Shoniqua Shandai) career takes a promising turn. Sounds easy, yes? Not a chance!
Fri 17 Feb, Apple TV+
In a retro-future world, a group of traveling salesmen hawking lunar timeshares. Emmy Award winner Billy Crudup (The Morning Show, Spotlight) stars as the talented and ambitious Jack, who has unshakeable faith in a brighter tomorrow. Crudup is joined by Alison Pill (Them, Star Trek: Picard, The Newsroom), Nicholas Podany (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), Dewshane Williams (In the Dark), Hank Azaria (Ray Donovan) and Academy Award nominee Jacki Weaver (Silver Linings Playbook).
Created by the rising duo of Amit Bhalla and Lucas Jansen, this science fiction dramedy sees Jack’s indomitable spirit inspiring co-workers and revitalizing desperate customers, but his dedication threatens to leave him lost in the very dream which sustains him.
Fri 24 Feb, Apple TV+
Written and created by Virginie Brac (Engrenages) and directed by Emmy Award winner Stephen Hopkins (24), this new high-stakes, contemporary thriller explores how the mistakes of our past have the potential to destroy our future
The six-episode thriller stars César Award winner Vincent Cassel (La Haine, Westworld) and BAFTA Award winner Eva Green (Casino Royale, Penny Dreadful), and marks the first French and English-language Apple series. With a brilliant supporting cast, which includes Peter Mullan (Ozark), Gérard Lanvin (Call My Agent!) and Thierry Frémont (Murder in Mind), it combines uncompromising action with an unpredictable, multi-layered plot – as espionage and political intrigue play out against a story of passionate, enduring love.
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